How to Make Gourmet Dog Treats

If you have a pampered pooch, then you have probably heard of a gourmet dog bakery. Gourmet dog bakeries are on the rise and they are especially popular with concerned pet owners. Because most commercially sold pet treasures are mass produced in huge factories. These types of trips are usually made in large quantities and can be filled with potentially harmful preservatives. Most dog bakeries bake their dog treats using only the finest all natural ingredients. If you have never seen a treat that has been made in a gourmet dog bakery you're missing out on some really creative tricks!

If you would like to spoil your dog with these types of trips and you have some time on your hands, then you can bake you furry friend some delicious homemade dog treats in the comfort of your own kitchen. Many people would love to bake for their dogs but they're not sure what to use. There are tons of dog treat recipes available. You can purchase books filled with recipes for healthy dog ​​trees or you can search online for free recipes.

There are a lot of human foods that can be very harmful to dogs. For example, chocolate is toxic for dogs, onions are too! If you have ever been to a dog bakery you may have seen trips that appear to be dipped in chocolate. It's actually carob. Carob is safe for dogs and en excellent "disguise" when it comes to aesthetics. Many gourmet dog bakeries also have what appear to be chocolate chip cookies. Again the chips are made of carob. Here's an awesome recipe that will teach you how to make gourmet dog trees. They are called Peanut Butter Chippers- a peanut butter cookie with carob chips. (They will look like little chocolate chips cookies.) Absolutely adorable!

Ingredients:
Oat flour 1 cup
Rolled Oats 1 cup
Peanut Butter 2 tbsp.
Baking Powder 1 tbsp.
Water 1 cup

Directions: Mix the flour, rolled oats and baking powder in a mixing bowl. Add the peanut butter and water. Make a ball of dough. Roll out and use cookie cutters in desired shapes. Bake at 350 degrees for 25 minutes. Let cool. Serve.



Source by Jessica Alicea